A once thriving mall in a St. Louis suburb now sits vacant as the building is starting to fall in.

Get our free mobile app

The Jamestown Mall was once a full capacity mall with four anchor stores and tons of smaller stores within the mall. Once the anchor stores started closing their doors (Dillard's, JCPenney, Macy's & Sears) the mall slowly started its decline and in July of 20104 closed their doors for good. Built in 1972, the Jamestown Mall in Florissant, Missouri stood tall against its competitor retail shops. Even adding a movie theater in the 1990s, but as we've all witnessed over the years, the malls across America have taken a big hit in trails.

Whether it's from filing bankruptcy to competing with Amazon and online shopping, we all have seen the decline in malls throughout the years, and the Jamestown Mall is no exception. Even attempts over the years to try and revitalize the empty spaces left by the main anchor stores turned up to fail, and now the mall sits abandoned still and starting to cave in and a group of individuals went inside the mall to see what was left.

LOOK INSIDE: Jamestown Mall 7-Years After It Closed